While Kenya and Ecuador's Galapagos get the kudos, these lesser known wildlife hotspots, chosen by bloggers including Claudia Tavani and Kristen Gill, also deserve attention for whales, tigers and more...
Issue number: 180
In this issue
Most people think mountains when they think Nepal, but beyond the Himalaya lies Chitwan National Park the best place to see the one-horned rhino and go walking (not riding) with elephants
Expeditions by water
From touching the North Pole to reaching Antarctica, paddling Polynesia to winding Patagonia, we pick out the 24 best adventures that can only be undertaken on expedition ships
South America by train
Fancy some Andean highs? Coastal lowlands? Lush ra...
Europe’s Biggest Blogger Gathering Made a Very Big Impression – 3 Billion Impressions to be Precise!
Fáilte Farewell to top travel bloggers as conference and trips close off
More than 3 billion Twitter impressions were generated globally in relation to Ireland and the TBEX conference over the last two weeks as more than 600 of the world’s top travel social influencers gathered in Killarney to attend TBEX Europe, the largest gathering of travel bloggers, writers, content creators and social media influencers in Europe.
This highly influential group – with a combined reach of 380 million trave...
The objective of this project is to promote cultural awareness and the preservation of indigenous cultures specifically by showcasing the language, music, dancing, storytelling, and sport via photography, interviews, written/spoken word, and videos. It is a collaborative place to showcase, promote, and preserve our living cultures and stave off cultural extinction. I've already amassed a huge amount of media in the field, and now need the time/help to put it together.
Last Spring I traveled with UnCruise Adventures through Canada’s Inside Passage up to Southeast Alaska. The whole journey from Seattle to Juneau took 12 days, each of which had their own surprises.
While most people book travel to Alaska in summer, I highly recommend visiting Alaska in Spring because:
You’ll have more chances for sun and dry days
Bears are waking up from hibernation and coming down to the shoreline to eat
It’s less crowded in ports, which allows for a more authentic port town...
We’ve had the distinct pleasure of working with and profiling a number of amazing women since launching in 2016. We took some time during our summer hiatus to check back in with them and get a few updates. To no surprise, they’re continuing to crush it…
Kristen Gill, Guest Blogger
Boarding the Wilderness Adventurer in Fisherman Terminal in Seattle, my mother and I set sail in mid April on the first passenger vessel of the year to cruise through the Inside Passage up to Southeast Alaska.
Not knowing what to expect, we had packed all the necessities and were ready for adventure!
Springtime, as it turns out, is an exceptional time to visit Alaska, when the mountains are still snow-capped and the whales are returning from the warm waters of the ...
Filled with whales, lions, orang-utans, and elephants, it really is a wild and wonderful world. Travel bloggers pick the 12 top wildlife hotspots on Earth.
Instant Replay, AstroTurf, First and Ten Lines, Skycams, Jumbotrons – all of these were considered high tech at one time. My, what a long way we’ve come! Let’s take a look the latest technology being employed by the NFL these days and its impact on the game.
Billed as “The Iditarod with a Chance of Drowning,” the R2AK involves racing 750 miles with no motors and no support.
For the Geo Quiz, we are looking for a place in northwest Ireland where poet W B Yeats spent his childhood days and where stand up paddleboarding is a big tourist attraction.
Unhappy with the low-radar profiling of her country, a Harvard Business School graduate took matters into her own hands. The Result? An award-winning company promoting authentic travel experiences.
With his expeditions in six continents spanning 40 years, Mandip Singh Soin embodies the spirit of adventure.